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harvest

noun

1 harvest

The yield from plants in a single growing season.

synonym: crop.

Roget 636: stock, fund, mine, vein, lode, quarry; spring; fount, fountain; well, wellspring; milch cow.    stock in trade, supply; ... show more

Roget 618: good, benefit, advantage; improvement etc. 658; greatest good, supreme good; interest, service, behoof, behalf; weal; main chance, ... show more

Roget 154: effect, consequence; aftergrowth, aftercome; derivative, derivation; result; resultant, resultance; upshot, issue, denouement; end ... show more

Roget 775: acquisition; gaining etc. v.; obtainment; procuration, procurement; purchase, descent, inheritance; gift etc. 784.    recovery, ... show more

Dutch: oogstfeest, teelt
Polish: plon, płody, zbiory, ziemiopłód



2 harvest

The consequence of an effort or activity.

3 harvest

The gathering of a ripened crop.

synonyms: harvest home, harvesting.

Dutch: oogst, oogsten, oogstlied
Polish: zbieranie

4 harvest

The season for gathering crops.

synonym: harvest time.

Dutch: oogst, oogsttijd
Polish: żniwa

verb

1 harvest

Gather, as of natural products:
— Harvest the grapes.

synonyms: glean, reap.

Roget 636: store; put by, lay by, set by; stow away; set apart, lay apart; store treasure, hoard treasure, lay up, heap up, put up, garner up, save up; ... show more

Dutch: verzamelen, sprokkelen, inzamelen, oprapen, oogsten, oppikken

2 harvest

Remove from a culture or a living or dead body, as for the purposes of transplantation.


Moby thesaurus: accumulate, acquire, aftermath, amass, assemble, autumn, bag, be seized of, bearing, bin, bring in, bumper crop, by-product, cache, capture, carve, catch, chisel, collect, come by ... show more.

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